Kim Hye-soo (김혜수; born September 5, 1970) South Korean actress. Kim was one of the most popular teen stars in the 1980s and 1990s. She is known for her headstrong independence and regularly playing strong-willed, sophisticated women.
Kim began her career in an advertisement for Nestlé Milo in 1985. She made her film debut as a leading actress in the film Kambo (1986), for which she received her first accolade as Best New Actress at 1987 Baeksang Arts Awards. She was the youngest winner of the Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Leading Actress in First Love (1993). Her most commercially successful role was Madam Jeong in the crime film Tazza: The High Rollers (2006), which also won her third Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Actress.
Aside from her performances in films, Kim has appeared in many successful television series, including Partner (1994-1998), Did We Really Love? (1999), Jang Hee Bin (2002), The Queen of Office (2013), Signal (2016), Hyena (2020), and Juvenile Justice (2022).